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  • The flight review (previously the Federal Aviation Administration referred to this as a biennial flight review, usually abbreviated BFR) is a review required of every active holder of a U.S. pilot certificate at least every 24 calendar months.
  • Every two years the FAA requires pilots to sit down with an instructor and review rules and regulations. You are also required to fly with an instructor and demonstrate you can safely fly the aircraft to the standards set by the license you hold.
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  • Indian Airlines or Indian (?????? ???????? or ??????) is a major Indian airline based in Mumbai and focuses primarily on domestic routes, along with several international services to neighbouring countries in Asia.
  • FC Air India, found in 1952, is an Indian professional football club based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. They are sponsored by Air India under the management of T.K. Singh and have enjoyed some success in the Maharashtrian Football and the NFL India. They play in the I-League and Mumbai Super Division.
  • Air India (??? ??????) is a state-owned flag carrier of the Republic of India. It operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft serving Asia, Europe and North America. It is India's oldest and largest airline.
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Guide to the Flight Review (Oral Exam Guide series)
Guide to the Flight Review (Oral Exam Guide series)
Newly revised to reflect the latest procedural and regulatory changes mandated by the FFA, this guide to the Flight Review (FR) educates both pilots and flight instructors about the exam. Answering the most commonly asked questions, it also clarifies the requirements of the written and oral flight-review portions and presents study materials for the exam. Regulations and advisory material from the FAA and an FR checklist to help pilots stay organized are included.

Newly revised to reflect the latest procedural and regulatory changes mandated by the FFA, this guide to the Flight Review (FR) educates both pilots and flight instructors about the exam. Answering the most commonly asked questions, it also clarifies the requirements of the written and oral flight-review portions and presents study materials for the exam. Regulations and advisory material from the FAA and an FR checklist to help pilots stay organized are included.

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Forecast 2009 | Plane Speak, with Mark D. Martin
Forecast 2009 | Plane Speak, with  Mark D. Martin
Folks, The last 4 months have been a whirlwind of sorts with work needing me to travel extensively and assignments which needed heaps of attention based on severe criticality and my reasons for being AWOL from Flickr is pretty much this. While the batch that’s been uploaded today would give you a sense of what I’ve been up too, to mention it to you briefly, I was invited to speak at the Aviation Week’s MRO Asia 2008 Conference in Singapore this gave me an awesome opportunity to check out a city that’s pristine perfect; but yet I managed to take shots of the real Singapore of what it may have looked like before it became a happening cosmopolitan city. Simultaneously with the trip to SG was Boeing® Pre-flight safety and fueling uplift operations review i was involved with low cost airline. One of the most interesting projects I was involved in actually, this had me posted on-site in Chennai(VOMM/MAA), Mumbai(VABB/BOM) and New Delhi. The pre-flight review had me work literally round the clock and thanks to my trusted sidekick, the camera with me, I managed to get some worthwhile shots of a variety of airplanes from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai(Madras) While this was not enough, Daily, News and Analysis, a leading daily newspaper in Mumbai invited me to write my own column on aviation and the airline business and I gladly accepted. The column, a fortnightly gets out every Wednesday and covers most of the critical elements that both the business. The column is called, “Plane-Speak” with Mark D. Martin. I am uploading these for you online. I sincerely hope you find this both insightful and informative. Lastly, I am sure some of you folks may not have known this, I actively have been playing basketball for over 14 years now most recently, the firm and I decided to take part in a corporate fund raiser basketball playoff. The corporate basketball challenge was organized by an NGO called Child Rights and You and I am most pleased to tell you folks that from getting in a team that probably have not touched a basketball for over 5 years, we won the playoffs and bagged the gold medal. Thanks all for dropping by with your comments, my apologies for not being able to respond to your comments and look up you folks with those stunning shots. To close, I wish you all a very happy new year. May the new year give peace, prosperity and loads of success. Bests always Mark
Air India
Air India
The Executive Class cabin aboard Air India Flight 102 from JFK to Delhi. Yes, I got very lucky and was upgraded to business class on the outbound flight to Delhi. The return in coach wasn't bad though, as I managed to get an emergency exit seat with no one sitting next to me. The 777Ls seemed spotless and new and the service was outstanding. I was really quite surprised after reading a ream of negative reviews. They really do have a good attitude and the service training appears to be in order. Food and drink, by the way, were wonderful. Of course, I love curry to begin with, but the standards were high- even in coach.

air india flight review
air india flight review
Stevie Wonder - Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection
Thirty or so of Stevie Wonder's biggest hits--many of them enduring classics--make up this double disc. That's the good news. The bad news is that they're sequenced here about as well (or maybe not) as your CD player's "random" function might do it. Leading off with "Part-Time Lover"--a major chart record, no doubt, but hardly the rouser you'd expect for an opener--is puzzling enough. It's when the programming starts veering from highlights of his self-produced period ("Sir Duke") to Motown assembly-line pieces ("My Cherie Amour") that the head-scratching really begins. And don't try to count the great moments that are missing. This will do in a pinch, but if you own no Stevie, be advised that better overviews of Wonder's career (the finest by far being the four-CD box At the Close of a Century) are available. --Rickey Wright

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